moto-x-preview-front-face-angle-007The Moto X was announced to much fanfare earlier this morning, and with good reason, too. Since then, a slew of news concerning the Moto X too, was released, including a Google Play Edition of the Moto X being a very real possibility sometime down the road to keep up with the rest of the competition, apart from the Moto X not making it to the UK, will be available on Sprint with a lifetime unlimited guarantee plan, and will even ship with a free wireless headset when you place a pre-order for it on US Cellular. We even managed to spend some hands-on time with the Moto X if you cannot get enough of this particular device.

Of course, forking out $199 with a 2-year contract attached to this phone is something that most folks would be familiar with, and considering the handset is not a high end model, but rather, contains mid-range parts, there are certain quarters who did hope to pick up the handset at a lower price. Good news then, as Motorola’s CEO, Dennis Woodside, shared over in an interview with CNET that a cheaper Moto X handset is in the pipeline. Woodside said, “We want everyone to have access to affordable smartphones. Moto X is the brand that we are most focused on… and there is more to come. You will see additional products within months.”

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Motorola Moto X
Display
4.7"
1280x720 AMOLED
Price (approximative)
~$310 - Amazon
Camera
10 MP
Weight
130 g
Battery
2200 mAh
Launched in
1970/01/01
System
2GB RAM
Snapdragon S4 Pro + None
Storage (GB)
64
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